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Science North scientist returns from adventure of a lifetime in Antarctica
A Sudbury, Ont. scientist was one of the participants in an expedition to Antarctica to build leadership skills while also working on climate action.
Sounds of the Season on Morning North
This year’s Sounds of the Season on Morning North was all about toys. People’s childhood memories, toy donations, and even a couple of musicians performing with toy instruments. Visitors to the studio Friday morning donated more than $2,500 to local food banks.
5 now dead in 'major' cantaloupe salmonella outbreak as Canadian cases nearly double
Officials say a significant salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupe sold across Canada this fall has killed five people and sickened dozens more, with many of the patients being children in daycare or seniors in long-term care.
Science North CEO says changes made to manage capital projects after audit of Go Deeper project
The CEO of Science North says changes have been made at Science North to take into account recommendations from the provincial auditor general’s probe of their Go Deeper project at Dynamic Earth.
In a rare move, Ontario law society launches proceedings against an assistant Crown attorney
Timmins-based lawyer Gerrit Verbeek is alleged to have engaged in discriminatory conduct and/or harassment against Indigenous accused persons.
Cindy Woodhouse wins election for Assembly of First Nations national chief
Supervised consumption site in Sudbury, Ont. secures temporary funding
Elgin Street Mission in Sudbury, Ont. sees record numbers of clients
Greater Sudbury wants the Supreme Court to reconsider its ruling on who is liable for pedestrian death
Audit finds Science North's Go Deeper project in financial hole due to poor management
Northern Ontario hospitals more reliant on expensive agency nurses, says auditor general
Laurentian University has chosen its next president
Community steps up after break-in at a Sudbury, Ont. food bank
'It was like watching a movie,' Sudbury, Ont. newcomers experience winter for the first time
Fight continues to have radioactive mine waste removed from Elliot Lake, Ont. properties
Sudbury planner says the city is 'well on track' to meet its target of 3,800 new homes by 2031
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